99+ Thought Provoking Questions to Ask & Answer Today (Part 2)

What are thought-provoking questions? The meaning of these questions is to get you to think deeply about your answers and their effects on your life. Thought-provoking questions help you become more self-reflective, improving your life in multiple areas. It’s probably best to write your answers down so you can look back on them later andContinue reading “99+ Thought Provoking Questions to Ask & Answer Today (Part 2)”

6 Secrets Of Self-Made Millionaires You Need To Know!

Wealthy people have an entirely unique relationship with money. Rather than counting every last dime, financially-minded individuals know how to make their money work for them. It’s an art form. So, if you’re wanting to save money and take control of your finances, learning the money secrets of self-made millionaires is a smart place toContinue reading “6 Secrets Of Self-Made Millionaires You Need To Know!”

5 Tips to Start Intentionally Saving and Intentionally Spending

Intentional saving and spending is a combination of psychology and finance or ‘behavioral finance. It’s complex and hard, and if you don’t save or budget, you might struggle with it, as many do. What is intentional saving? Shlomo Benartzi states that “When it comes to saving, self-control is not a problem in the future, butContinue reading “5 Tips to Start Intentionally Saving and Intentionally Spending”

99+ Thought Provoking Questions to Ask & Answer Today (Part 1)

What are thought-provoking questions? The meaning of these questions is to get you to think deeply about your answers and their effects on your life. Thought-provoking questions help you become more self-reflective, and therefore improve your life in multiple areas. It’s probably best to write your answers down so that you can look back onContinue reading “99+ Thought Provoking Questions to Ask & Answer Today (Part 1)”

What Is Reparenting and Why You Should Consider It

Do you think that your parents knew exactly how to raise you, what skills to give you or how to teach you? Probably not. Most parents lack the know-how of raising a well-adjusted child and you may lack life skills like confidence, self-belief, and forgiveness as a result of it.  Think about it. Your parents mayContinue reading “What Is Reparenting and Why You Should Consider It”

Tips on How To Find Your Passion in Life

If you could do one thing to transform your life, I would highly recommend it be to find something you’re passionate about and do it for a living. Learning how to find your passion may not be as easy as it sounds, but it’s well worth the effort. If you could do one thing toContinue reading “Tips on How To Find Your Passion in Life”

How to Admit You’re Wrong

Nobody’s perfect, and everyone’s bound to commit mistakes. However, sometimes, the hardest part is admitting those mistakes. Granted, some of them are more impactful and harder to forgive than others; however, regardless of the gravity, we must learn to admit the wrongs that we commit humbly. People can be wrong about many things, from misrememberingContinue reading “How to Admit You’re Wrong”

Ways To Celebrate Yourself And Why It Matters

Close your eyes and imagine the last time you celebrated yourself. You’re probably picturing your wedding day, college graduation, or perhaps the start of a new job. All of these events, of course, are worthy of celebration. But you are worthy of celebrating every day, not just when you hit a major milestone. Here, weContinue reading “Ways To Celebrate Yourself And Why It Matters”

Signs Your Brain and Body Are Begging for ‘Alone Time’

It’s one of those evenings, relaxing on the couch, scrolling through social media posts, and watching Netflix simultaneously. It has been a productive day, ticked most of the things off my task list, and I should be feeling pretty good about myself. Happy, fulfilled, and calm. However, my son starts questioning me, my Whatsapp messengerContinue reading “Signs Your Brain and Body Are Begging for ‘Alone Time’”

Tips to Help You Stop Ruminating

What is rumination? Has your head ever been filled with one single thought or a string of ideas, that just keep repeating… and repeating… and repeating themselves? The process of continuously thinking about the same thoughts, which tend to be sad or dark, is called rumination. A habit of rumination can be dangerous to yourContinue reading “Tips to Help You Stop Ruminating”

5 Reasons Why Screaming Is Good for You

Whether it’s from stubbing your baby toe on a piece of furniture or pure frustration from your laptop freezing for the umpteenth time, we’ve all felt it—that deep burning desire to open your mouth and let out a long, bellowing scream. Unfortunately, societal norms ask us to swallow our verbal frustrations and maintain composure. YouContinue reading “5 Reasons Why Screaming Is Good for You”

Habits That Will Make You Smarter

Everyone craves intelligence. It is the most admired and useful tool a human can have, and our society celebrates it—rightfully so. To be smart is great, but it doesn’t happen overnight. If you want to become smarter, you have to create habits that will groom your intelligence and nourish your mind. Some people are bornContinue reading “Habits That Will Make You Smarter”

Coping Skills to Help You Manage Your Emotional Well-Being

Beneath all of our personal and professional aspirations—like landing that next promotion, buying a starter house, and exploring new and magical parts of the world—many of us have one goal in common: to be happy. It sounds simple, right? Except, well, it isn’t. Not even close. Unfortunately, you will experience a range of not-so-pleasant emotionsContinue reading “Coping Skills to Help You Manage Your Emotional Well-Being”

What is an Abundance Mindset?

Have you ever been to a nice restaurant, had a delicious dinner in a beautiful environment with great service, then received a bill that nearly made you fall out of your seat? How did that change your mood? Did you walk out of the restaurant raving about the experience or lamenting over the bill? InsteadContinue reading “What is an Abundance Mindset?”

Habits to Develop to Level Up Your Life

Right now, we are in the midst of the “level up” movement, arguably brought to the mainstream by Ciara’s hit song, “Level Up”. But what exactly does “leveling up” mean? Confidence and sense of self are based on accomplishments and are built on a foundation of good habits. As Maya Angelou said, “Success is likingContinue reading “Habits to Develop to Level Up Your Life”

Proper Breathing: How You Might be Doing it Wrong

Breathing might sound pretty straightforward. Breathing is a natural thing: breath in, breath out…not much to it, right? Well, guess what: there actually is a wrong and right way to get oxygen into your system through your lungs. The technical term is “diaphragmatic breathing,” more commonly known as “belly breathing.” You probably don’t really thinkContinue reading “Proper Breathing: How You Might be Doing it Wrong”

How to Make a Monthly Budget in 5 Simple Steps

While few people would say they enjoy budgeting, that doesn’t make the task any less critical. Knowing how much money you make and having a plan for where and how to spend it is important if you want to make sure you cover essential expenses and have money left to save at the end ofContinue reading “How to Make a Monthly Budget in 5 Simple Steps”

How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

Human beings have been comparing themselves to one another since the beginning of time. Sometimes these comparisons can be helpful. They can give you a blueprint for improvement and inspire you to change. Other times, they can be a means to pick yourself apart and see everything that you think is wrong with yourself. HereContinue reading “How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others”

The Benefits of a Social Media Break, Plus 30 Things to Do Instead

Many of us are so mixed up with our social accounts that it’s difficult to remember what we did before the feed. There are plenty of upsides to an online connection, but how do we find balance with the constant flurry of input from friends, family, celebrities, and brands constantly vying for our attention? WantContinue reading “The Benefits of a Social Media Break, Plus 30 Things to Do Instead”

Hidden Benefits and Pitfalls of Complaining

Many effective stress management techniques focus on the benefits of a positive outlook. Positive thinking brings great benefits, and a cheerful attitude can be contagious in the most enjoyable way. A constant focus on the negative can obscure many of the joys of life, can dampen an attitude of gratitude, and can be experienced asContinue reading “Hidden Benefits and Pitfalls of Complaining”

Ways to Embrace Self-Love and Thank Your Body in a Plastic-Obsessed Culture

Saying “thank you” to others is something you learn at an early age. But how often do you thank yourself? In today’s era of clickable reality and social media blitzes, it’s no secret that plastic surgery culture is thriving like it never has before. Celebrities and influencers who casually share their surgical or injectable journeysContinue reading “Ways to Embrace Self-Love and Thank Your Body in a Plastic-Obsessed Culture”

How to Refuel When You’re Feeling Emotionally Drained

As your emotional resources are used up in trying to cope with challenging situations — such as overwhelming demands, conflict, or lack of support at work or at home — your sense of well-being and capacity to care for yourself and others can be diminished. In fact, research shows that people suffering from emotional exhaustionContinue reading “How to Refuel When You’re Feeling Emotionally Drained”

How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

Have you ever thought about how much time and energy is devoted to worrying about things that never happen—or those that, even if they did, we couldn’t control, or we’d know what to do when they actually did happen? For many, the constant state is wondering and worrying about when the other shoe is goingContinue reading “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living”

5 Red Flags To Look Out For In Ourselves

We often take note of the red flags to look out for in others, but we rarely ever take note of the red flags to look out for in ourselves. Sometimes our own red flags can truly go under our nose if we let them, though it’s important for us to realize that the onlyContinue reading “5 Red Flags To Look Out For In Ourselves”

Small Habits That Have A Huge Return On Life

Don’t worry about how you will change. Focus on what habits you want to form and why. A habit is positive when it improves the quality of my life. A lot has been written about forming small habits. How hard it is, How long does it take, What’s the best way to break habits, HowContinue reading “Small Habits That Have A Huge Return On Life”

Want to Achieve Your Goals? Pick up These Habits

What is one goal you wish you could accomplish? Chances are, you have no problem naming it, so what holds you back from achieving it? Life has a nasty habit of interrupting the best-laid plans, but more often than not, it’s our own minds that get in the way of our goals. We make aContinue reading “Want to Achieve Your Goals? Pick up These Habits”

5 Ways to Be More Frugal

There’s a common misconception that being frugal equals being cheap. That’s absolutely NOT the case! In fact, being frugal means you’re “economical with regard to money.” Being cheap means spending the lowest amount possible, with no regard to quality. In other words, being frugal means you make smart decisions with how you spend (or don’tContinue reading “5 Ways to Be More Frugal”

The Body Stores Emotion – Where Are You Holding Yours?

The body stores emotion – where are you holding yours? Burying our emotions can harm our health, as we store our issues in our tissues. Valerie Teh, a well-being practitioner, explains what it means to hold unprocessed emotional energy in five different parts of the body… Why Do We Store Emotions in the Body? ThereContinue reading “The Body Stores Emotion – Where Are You Holding Yours?”

Ways to Be Happier and Live a More Fulfilling Life

A life of regret is no life at all. Sure, we all have regrets for things we’ve done, mistakes made and opportunities lost. But if we make a conscious decision every day to minimize those regrets, we will lead a happier more fulfilling life. And hopefully, those around us will as well. Healthy habits leadContinue reading “Ways to Be Happier and Live a More Fulfilling Life”

Don’t Believe Everything You Think (Suffering is Optional)

The human mind is constantly processing the world around it. Each day is a non-stop barrage of thoughts, questions, and observations. If all of these thoughts were empowering, non-stop thinking wouldn’t be an issue! But far too often, thoughts lead you astray, bring you down, or obstruct your ability to do things that you careContinue reading “Don’t Believe Everything You Think (Suffering is Optional)”

10 Hard Pills to Swallow and Lessons from Them

There are a lot of brutal truths that many of us find hard to accept – what we also refer to as ‘hard pills to swallow’. However, with these brutal truths, there is always something you can take away such as a valuable lesson. Too many people avoid hard. They want things to be easy.Continue reading “10 Hard Pills to Swallow and Lessons from Them”

Energy Thieves! Warning Signs That People Are Stealing Your Emotional Energy

There are many people out there who literally feed off the energies of those around them, attaching to a person and attempting to emotionally suck them dry. Then, the cycle continues, as the “energy vampire” survives off of other people’s emotions. An energy vampire refers to a toxic person who leaves you feeling depleted andContinue reading “Energy Thieves! Warning Signs That People Are Stealing Your Emotional Energy”

7 Steps For Transforming Your Relationship With Money

Transforming your relationship with money can influence almost every part of your life. This is because your relationship with money goes beyond receiving a paycheck or paying bills. It is about how you think and feel about money, and how those thoughts and feelings contribute to how you use money. There are even different moneyContinue reading “7 Steps For Transforming Your Relationship With Money”

6 Steps to Breaking Your Limiting Beliefs

“I’m too old or too young for that.” “I will spend my whole life alone.” “I’ll never find a job that brings me happiness. It’s just a job.” “I will never be able to do that.” These phrases are examples of limiting beliefs. They are horrible and limiting beliefs are an excuse for not achievingContinue reading “6 Steps to Breaking Your Limiting Beliefs”

15 Signs You Have Become More Mature Though You Don’t Even Know It

I’ve always resisted growing up. When I was younger I used to think that, with enough effort, you could preserve the mindset of a child; alas, this isn’t true. I mean, this is a common occurrence among young people—not wanting to grow up—but growing up is a natural thing and believe it or not, it isContinue reading “15 Signs You Have Become More Mature Though You Don’t Even Know It”

9 Focus-Forming Habits to Lengthen Your Attention Span

From the infinite scroll of Facebook and Instagram to the temptation of a perfectly sunny day, there are a lot of distractions that prevent you from zeroing in on your work. But as career expert and co-founder of Early Stage Careers, Jill Tipograph, explains, internal interferences are tough to avoid, too. “With lengthy work hours,Continue reading “9 Focus-Forming Habits to Lengthen Your Attention Span”

Stop Settling For Less Than You Deserve

I see a lot of you doing it. I’ve done it too- a lot. Let’s stop that, okay? I’m not only referring to romantic relationships- but relationships with friends, family, and ourselves. I won’t say we only live once, because I don’t believe that- BUT I do believe that we should stop wasting time inContinue reading “Stop Settling For Less Than You Deserve”

7 Agreements You Should Make With Yourself At All Cost

Keeping these commitments to yourself will change your life for the better. You can make and keep agreements with yourself the same way you do with people. You can make and keep agreements with yourself the same way you do with people. When you make an agreement with someone, you expect to honor it. You suffer the consequences ifContinue reading “7 Agreements You Should Make With Yourself At All Cost”

13 Daily Habits that Damage the Brain

A habit is a regular practice, that most of us are dependent on. Often, we don’t realize the cause or its effects. Some everyday, seemingly harmless habits can be so bad that they can cause lasting damage. The human brain is the most important organ of our body and we all fail to think thatContinue reading “13 Daily Habits that Damage the Brain”

How to Control Your Thoughts (and Free Up Your Happiness)

When you learn how to control your thoughts, you open your life to unlimited possibilities. The inner voice can be a source of growth and positivity — but it’s often a negative critic that loves to remind us of our failures, limitations, and anxieties. There are many forms of limited thinking, but all of themContinue reading “How to Control Your Thoughts (and Free Up Your Happiness)”

Simple Ways To Fall In Love With Your Life Again

Think about the best phase of your life.  What did it look like?  What made it different?  Somewhere in the mix of life, the colors can lose their brilliance.  No worries…it happens to most of us.  Here are 19 things you can do to add some pizzaz into your life.  Warning: these suggestions are extremely easyContinue reading “Simple Ways To Fall In Love With Your Life Again”

You Are Important: 12 Reasons Why You Matter

You are important. Has anyone made you feel the opposite of that lately? Have you ever struggled with your role in this life? There are a billion ways you can have an impact in this world, and while you might not have figured it out yet, you’re going to accomplish so much good in thisContinue reading “You Are Important: 12 Reasons Why You Matter”

5 Habits That Will Help You Build Mental Strength

Physical fitness gets a lot of attention, and for good reason—good physical health can prevent conditions such as heart disease or diabetes, and help you maintain a long, independent life. But often neglected is mental fitness—having a healthy and strong mind to allow you to handle the challenges and opportunities that life puts in frontContinue reading “5 Habits That Will Help You Build Mental Strength”

6 Mindful Strategies for Dealing With Negativity

It only takes one bad apple to spoil the bunch. We’ve all experienced the effects of this firsthand. One frustrated coworker sours the mood of the entire team. A grumpy family member saps the positive energy from a vacation. An angry driver cuts you off in traffic, instantly putting a damper on your morning. EmotionalContinue reading “6 Mindful Strategies for Dealing With Negativity”

25 Bad Habits You Need to Quit Right Now- Part 2

Putting yourself down because you have become prey to bad habits is not a good thing to do. Everyone in their life falls prey to these habits. However, the person who can accept this mistake and break bad habits emerges as the winner in real life. When you look at your lifestyle, you realize howContinue reading “25 Bad Habits You Need to Quit Right Now- Part 2”

25 Bad Habits You Need to Quit Right Now- Part 1

Putting yourself down because you have become prey to bad habits is not a good thing to do. Everyone in their life falls prey to these habits. However, the person who can accept this mistake and break bad habits emerges as the winner in real life. When you look at your lifestyle, you realize howContinue reading “25 Bad Habits You Need to Quit Right Now- Part 1”

Ways to Scare Yourself Every Day

Sometimes it takes getting out of your comfort zone to make meaningful changes. That goes for every area of life, especially those that affect your health and wellbeing. And the truth is, change can seem scary! But it can also be incredibly rewarding. What if you never tried your current favorite food? Or never saidContinue reading “Ways to Scare Yourself Every Day”

Life Hacks: How To Quickly Pivot Your Life in a New Direction

It is interesting that the term “change” carries the burden of fear and anxiety. In reality, stagnation may do more harm. So when you contemplate a change in your life, either personally or professionally, think of it as a pivotal moment where you are positioned at a central point in time and turning toward somethingContinue reading “Life Hacks: How To Quickly Pivot Your Life in a New Direction”